There is a debt within the Christian religion. And it is about it if the food in Old Testament, that God declared ‘clean or unclean,’ is still ‘clean or unclean’ in the New Testament. When the New Testament began in Matthew, Jesus & all His disciples ate the clean animals that the Bible speaks about in Leviticus chapter 7, & so did most of Jewish people. The passage from, Acts 10:9-18, talks about this debate. Peter had become hungry & I bet his stomach was really grumbling & then he fell into a trance. In a vision, the sky open up & a sheet was lower & its unclean animals were on it. A voice told Peter, “Kill & Eat,’ but Peter refused to eat any unclean meat . Again the voice of Peter to ‘Kill & Eat,’ but this time God told Peter that God had cleansed, what he considered unholy. In the Bible, being clean & holy means almost the same thing, (Leviticus 10:10, Ezekiel 44:23). Now we noticed that Peter never ate the unclean animals, he just continued to walk with a puzzled mind. Why do you think Peter didn’t kill the unclean animals & cook & eat them, especially if he was hungry? I want you to think about this question or thought, cause it will have something to do with the men who come to visit Peter, who come visit him. I will continue this tomorrow. God bless you all, Scripture & devotional sent by Sam H.